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Artist: The Johnny Van Zant Band

Title: The Last Of The Wild Ones

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 1982

Label: Rock Candy Records United Kingdom

Catalog Number: CANDY 139

Personnel

Johnny Van Zant Vocals
Erik Lundgren Guitars
Robbie Gay Guitars
Danny Clausman; Bass
Robbie Morris Drums

Al Kooper Keyboards, Synths, Clavinette
Thomas Grose Keyboards 4
Steve McRay Keyboards 1,5,9

Tracks

1.  Good Girls Turning Bad  
2.  It's You  
3.  Last Of The Wild Ones  
4.  Still Hold On  
5.  Can't Live Without Your Love  
6.  Danger Zone  
7.  Together Forever  
8.  Inside Looking Out  
9.  The One And Only  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 123charpenay Date: April 5, 2014 at 16:28
incredible; for rat bat blue a very poor variety realise we have one million comments and a very interesting debat with delbert.for this jewel , a classic southern rock realise...absoluty nothing.hey guys wake up!!!!!the three johnny van zant solo albums are three atomics bombs.essential cd s in every serious collection of melodic rock.how can you miss the three johnny van zant records?sorry if you don t know this three classic records...i can t nothing for you and i don t understand your taste in rock n roll music.

From: 123charpenay Date: April 9, 2014 at 13:44
this last johnny van zant s realise is a mix of his predecessors.one half brilliant southern rock,the other half is more hard, more commercial.return on the board of al kooper (legendary productor of lynyrd skynyrd)for a sound absoluty perfect.an other essential record from the super lynyrd skynyrd s singer.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 10, 2017 at 18:53
This is a really good album indeed!!!...pure Southern Rock with the typical commercial "touch" that Johnny usually gives to his releases ...tracks # 2(nice),4(nice),5,6 & 7(nice) are the ones for me but honestly every single song of it is well worth the listen.85/100


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